Solo (not that one) isn’t a movie, it’s an experience
The first Bollywood movie I watched on Netflix was Baahubali, and it was a wild ride. If you love hyper-dramatic movies with beautiful sets, great music, and plot lines and special effects that are AMAZING but show that the movie takes you seriously neither as a concept, nor as a person? Watch both Baahubali movies and thank me when you pick yourself up off the ground.
Now, for those of you who prefer your entertainment to take you seriously as a person, a concept, or both – Solo may be more your speed. Led by sometimes charming, sometimes frightening Dulquer Salmaan, Solo is a beautiful journey in four parts, exploring themes of love and loss.
Each story is themed after one of the four elements (water, wind, fire and air) and follows a different iteration of the same star-crossed lovers. Each story presents a unique circumstance, with its own tone and associated colour scheme, and each delving into a fully-fledged world with characters you want to root for.
Check out the trailers for each story below.
Mood Rating: Settle in and prepare to engage your heart and mind. Keep your limbs inside the vehicle at all times.